Category Archives: South Atlantic

Guadeloupe to St Barths

Thirty miles north of the Ile a Cabrit moorings at Les Saintes is the windy anchorage at the small village of Deshaies. Situated on the north west corner of Guadaloupe this was a pleasant stop for a few days out … Continue reading

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Lesser Antilles, Caribbean

Our first landfall after our longest passage was Le Marin marina, Martinique. With land beneath our feet the unsteadiness one may think we would have after a month at sea didn’t eventuate. It took a few days though for my … Continue reading

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Atlantic Crossing – end of voyage!

Ahoy Dear Reader Well, we made it to Martinique in the Caribbean! The last two days of our voyage were sailing perfect! Broad reach, 17-20kn from the east, blue skies, and not too hot. I couldn’t believe how excited I … Continue reading

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Atlantic Crossing – 28th March 2015

Ahoy Dear Reader Position: 07*05N 053*35W, 640nm from Martinique This is a seriously long trip. Our 24th day at sea with an expected five more days of this self imposed captivity. We figure (and hope) this will be our longest … Continue reading

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Atlantic Crossing – 24th March 2015

Ahoy Dear Reader Position: 01deg23’N 045deg14’W, 1200nm from Martinique On our 19th day we crossed the equator into the North Atlantic and from a southern autumn into the northern spring (at the crossing we gave an offering – the obligatory … Continue reading

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